Hendricks Township

Mackinac County

Hendricks Township Hall façade

Hendricks Township is located in Mackinac County and is bordered to the south by Lake Michigan. This 81.1 square mile township was first settled in the mid-1850s and was known for its fishing and lumbering opportunities. Today, paddling, camping, and other outdoor pursuits attract visitors to the region. In recent years, limestone extraction, both through surface quarries and underground mining, has become a contributor to the local economy. Hendricks Township is located on US-2 – the main east-west highway in the southern section of the Upper Peninsula. Along the highway, travelers experience the Cut River Bridge, a cantilevered steel deck structure over the Cut River 147 feet below. The unincorporated community of Epoufette is also found in Hendricks Township.

Township Office

Hendricks Twp.
N5115 Hiawatha Trl.
Naubinway, MI 49762

Phone: (906) 292-0053

Fax: (906) 292-0053


Hendricks Township Recreation 1991

Hendricks Township Population Trends
Year Population
2021 114
2020 117
2018 152
2017 152
2016 152
2015 152
2014 153
2013 153
2012 155
2011 153
2010 153